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Hea esville Police Court THURSDAY, MARCH 9. (Before Messrs. Wilkins, P.M., and Johnston and Huxham J.'sP.) A CURE FOR TOOTHACHE [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

Hea esvidie Police Court THURSDAY, MARCH 9. (Before Messrs. Wilkins, P.M., and Johnston and Huxham, J.'sP.) A CURE FOR TOOTHACHE. Arthur Henry Dennehy, Heales ville, was charged with using indec ent language in Nicholson street one February 26. He pleaded guilty. First-constable Fleischer said that at 6.20 p.m. he was) in the main street, near the Grand Hotel. Defen dant was leaning up against the hotel, and, with Senior-constable Newton, witness appltoached him and said, "What's the matter with you? Can't you get someone to take you home?" Defendant replied in language which the constable handed to the Bench on a slip of paper. The constable next said to him, "We're very busy now, and want to get you off the street for your own safety. If you can't get anyone to take you home we'll have to take you to the police station." Defendant replied by using further terms, which were als, handed to the Bench. He was then taken to the police station and charged. Senior-constable G. A. Newton ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

EtSLN h S NOTICSS Desirous of Purchasing or properties in Hcalesville and ding Districts should consult J. DAW BORN al Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Inds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths rSON ST., IHEALESVRLE 'Phone Heales. 42 -that ie ig Thing about these es is that they look ht, feel right, give satis ion, and save money they last longer. Every rg Fashionable in Men's swear is here at Prices t will appeal to your e of Reasonableness. aDonald's SHOE STORE olson St., HEALESVILLE. UGIUCITOU, Lett & Langfo#rd sOIJCrIORS R and cqýir3H.YNEBS FOE AFF A'VrPl lt., sB.., .Jad Tas. S ST., 1Ea]cUOBrNE ANY) ATT E.rst.t. F QSCF.B [5i Bradsjaw's BudF ings cn tke hours of 3 ,m?. ,ad i rgu. I -. eSDIT III - bMU 4S80 MiEMORTAL HALTL ' . TALKIES To-Night, Saturday. ILaurel and Hardy, with Dante the Magician, in "A-HAUNTING WEi WILL GO" (X) "A-IIAUNTING WE WILL GO" (X) "A-IIAUNTING WE WILL GO" (X) "A-I[AUNTING WE WILL GO" (X) "A-HAUNTING WE WILL GO" (X) Vivi...

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True Stories No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

True Stories -4----- By "Octogenarian." No. 1. Patrick Feeney arrived in Australia from Ireland in the days when con victs were being sent out in large numbers. Most of those in Feeney's class who arrived about that time were "sus pect," so he had to run the gauntlet of being included in the roll of honor, which was usually expr'essed in the word "lag." Nobody knew how he got to Australia, but it is quite certain that he did not have "to leave his country for his country's good." He obtained work 'at the various farms and gave general satisfaction as a farm laborer, for he was an adept in the use of the scythe and sickle. These were the only implements in use at that time for the cutting of crops. He worked hard, and although taci turn and somewhat unsociable, he was not disliked by..the.e, with whom he had to associate. He spoke little, for his vocabulary was a' limited one. He had, some humor of. aý,pawky kind, and could give telling and withering replies to those who 'attempted t...

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Chum Creek School To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

- ham Creek P'" Ioo ----- - of e-o.,.:i the CUn ("· v ' t : school. Recent inform i:ionn .:cei ved is to the effect that ti ?h1V:":ter of Education at present ha' the re-open ing of the school under -,oneidc:etion. I am su iprised that a hilih education officidl in HIalesville s) ould express his opposition to the re-op:onin'?' whi the is ue is still suh-judicc, his opi,: cý 1- .:- :' "e. :' .l . :t-.vuil them sclvoc of the conveyance allowance. The people of Chum Creek are well aware of the staffing problem, but they also have a very gr:Lve and wor rying problem-that is, the education of their children-and are willing to avail themselves of any opportunity to further that education. In the event of the school not being it-opened they are willing and ready to use transport to Healesville school, but who will provide the transport? I understand that the allowance made by the de parment is such that bus owners are apt to shy clear of the contract. If so, will the department itself pro...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. March 1 and 2. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

Market Report MELBOIWRNE PIG MARKET. March 1 and 2. MWIosrr. T. Shaw Logan .:nd Co. re pe.--:- .Lo:es.-Lighter yarding, conlpetl tion steady 11/6 to 28/-, others 32/ to 0/-. Porkers.-Demancl britl . IHevy. pigs sold readily, 72/- to 84/-, extra. td 8, d6. iE kfatters.--Selli?g steadily. Ous incl. ded three -Wr. D1w.er at . £11 19/-, ftl1/9/- and .t0/.' -, Jr. Ren dall at £11/4/-, A. ii. . i w'n E9/9/!., H. Rmniall £9/4/- 4 . 'r.hcr.ton £9 1/-, J. Bryant #i/19 --, G. Batten £IS L'J/-, =3. M. Gun:;rigd'am £9/6/-, and many £9 to £/10i/-. Baconier,.-4- en er,?iiry fr,r r:.'de :;c!;:ptins. We had a spli:lid ~'rao, including two E. Clarke at £6y19_ five H. B. Webb at £6/17/-. three Reiter at £L;,'1i:-. tiucee F. Touzell at £U;/15/6c, fifteen C. Crilbi,e3 at £6 1,/6, three T. 1:?-?eldy at £G/14/';, four T. Tenderso. at £6/il/C, four F. Linham at £ /7/I;, three St. Jamel and St. John at £(;/S/C, four O. M. Schodde at £6/10/-, four O. Id. Schod de at £6/7/6, three A. llcVicar at £6/S/-, six ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. Vi't )CK [ SURGEON-Di):. 1ST VISITS HIEALEk? VI LLE SEVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT L at the MA. OONDAH TEA ROOMS 'P DATES OF VISITS: SATURDAY, MARCH 18th U. City Address: L; .LALSTON BUILDINGS L 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: eaZtrd 2507 -- Healesville 161 MR. FRANK H. COOK SlBOEON-DENITIST sti BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD Svu r EALEiSVILLE EVERY THURSDAY [ Z p.m. till 6.30 (e b'y Speolal Appointment A'1 DBARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healasville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DEI6 REDI PROMPTLY TO ANY PAB? OF THE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIE ' AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All latds of Carrying Effected Safely llB AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulton SEEQ[AL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE I'rice, 5/- Box SExtra Special, 10/- per Boe Write for Free Catalogue. Mer and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 105 BOURIfE ST., MELE. Cent. 2197 - oSorets Even those f...

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In Search of Water. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

in Search of Water , To the Editor. Sir,-Pleased to receive my "Gtiard ian" this morning and to read all about -Iealesville Water Trust's splen did meeting with Mr. Jessop (chair man) and Mr. Lee (chief engineer) of the Metropolitan Board. Mr. Jes sop's reply to certain 'criticism was most convincing and timely, and it was epecially refreshing to have such up-to-date information and to feel that we may approach the board with every confidence and with friendly feelings. This meeting was the first step, and it now behoves every rate payer and resident to adopt the friendly feeling for the public good generally. Water supply is of first im portance and no local obstacle should be placed in the way of obtaining it. The trust has endeavored to obtain sufficient government assistance, and our last application was for £13,500. Approval was given to that scheme, but when funds were allocated we re received about one-sixth of the re quired sum. Great improvements have been made during the p...

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Popular Pars (for L. J. Adam) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

Popular Pars -4--- By D. L. Bartholomew (for L. J. Adam) As predicted last week, the final in the championship for the Huxham Cup will be contested between H. Rutzou and F. Errington. This is only Rutzou's third season. Results Hux ham Cup:-W. Kitely easily account ed for veteran S. Blackwood, 21-6; J. Pockett d. W. Kitely, 21-15. This was a remarkable match. First end, Pockett held the shot, but with his last bowl edged the kitty over to Kitely for 4. Kitely at one stage led 15-7. Pockett took charge, and, win ning eight consecutive ends, ran out 21-15. In the semi-final H. Rutzou d. J. Pockett, 21-14, though with the score 19-10 against him Pockett scored four singles. Four rinks from Ringwood will will visit Healesville next Wednesday. Teams:-.(1) J. Pockett, W. Kitely, J. Fairbank, P. Johnston (c.). (2) R. Pollard, N. Pitt, S. Blackburn, D. L. Bartholomew (c.). (3) A. Raff, H. Fairbank, J. Tozer, F. Errington. (4) Mrs. Mum, L. J,. Adam, H: ,Iut zou, B. Murn (c.). Those unable to...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

Weddings FROGLEY - MONTGOMERY. The Presbyterian Church, Box Hill, was the setting for the wedding (of- ficiated by the Rev. Houston on March 4) of Connie, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Frogley, of Heales- ville Camping Park, Badger Creek and Healesville, to Signaller Donald Montgomery (retd. M.E.), fourth son of Mrs. and the late Mr. Montgomery, of 195 Canterbury road, Surrey Hills. The bride, who was charmingly dressed in off-white Venetian lace satin, carried a shower bouquet of cactus dahlias and frangipanni, and wore a 24-years-old veil, which was kindly loaned by Mrs. Wads- worth, of Oakleigh. Mesdames S. Logan, E. R. Frogley and R. H. Frogley attended the bride. They were daintily attired in taffeta frocks of fuchsia shadings, designed in early Victorian style, with small heart-shaped hats and mittens to match. Cactus dahlias, pink carna- tions and bud roses were made up a pretty shower bouquets. Mr. M. Montgomery was best man, and grooms were L.A.C.EI. R. Frog- &amp...

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Learn to Swim Campaign [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

SLearn to Swim Campaign ------ By "Breaststroke." "Eighty-six entries, with country centres of Healesville and Belgrave well represented, were received. for the Under Age Championship for youngsters who won their 'Herald' certificates this summer, to be decid ed at the Preston baths, in conjunc tion with a V.A.S.A. swimming carni val to-day. But .the Healesville en tries were a great surprise; because this centre came into the campaign late this summer. No doubt the en thusiasm of the shire secretary (Mr. WT. Massey) and Constable Bill Hail is responsible for Healesville's repre sentation." So read an extract from last Satur day's "Herald." On thp day concerned Coristable Bill Hall journeyed to Prcs ton with his entrants, John Pascoe (under 8), Bruce Pascoe and Lew;s Lesley (under 10), Frank Patterson and Bill Pickering( ufider 12), to gether with Mrs. .Pascoe and six other children as supporters. A great day was had by all, and when Frank Patterson won'the under 12 section Constabl...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

Ctoydeu Market ,Milking cows £16/10/-, heifers £1ý, stale £10/10/-; springing cows £13, heifers £141/10/-, backward £9/10/-: yearling heifers SS/- to 120/-; store cows £13; fat heifers £13; beefy cows `£10/10/-; choppers £5/10/- to £7/10/; crackers to £5. Calves.-Competition keen. Large vealers 140/- to 200/-, small 70/- to 105/-; calves 35/- to 55/-, small 16/ to 27/-, light weights to 12/. Pigs.-Heavy porkers 84/ to 102/-, Imedium, 60/- to 80/-, light; 38/- ,to `50/-; light baconers 115/- to 130/-: 'chopping sows 94/-, porker itores 45/ to 68/-; slips 28/- to 38/-; suckers 10/ to 26/-; sows £6/14/-. Sheep.-Competition keen for qual ity. Fotr-tooth weth'ers 22/3, six tooth 23/-, full mouth 18/9; two-tooth ewes 19/6, full mouth 18/-; lambs suckers 26/-, shorn 19/9, plain 17/ to 19/6; stores-crackers 4/- to 11/-, rams 191- to 24/-. Poultry.-Crackers 19/6, cock chic kens 10/- to 16/9, white chickens to 11/-, stags 12/-, draklings 12/-, duck and ducklings 42/-, colored hens 18/9, cross...

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A Thought for To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

A Thought for To-day. "Victory will be incomplete if there are not plans after the war, coupled with preparations during the war, for securing victory over poverty, insecur ity and economic muddle." -Mr. Herbert Morrison.

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Paddy and the Census Man [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

Paddy and the Census Man By "Octogenarian." In course of time a son was born to Patrick and Mary Feeney. He -vas christened Michael, but was known to everyone as Mickey. Mary was very proud of her healthy young arrival, and mapped. out a brilliant career for him. Mickey was to be a surgeor., and to fit him for that position he would be given the best education available. Paddy did not show the same enthusiasm. Probably the dif ferent conditions' of his own youth made him unable to visualise his own son being prepared for a medical ca reer. Mary saw to 'it that Mickey did get the opportunities which she had planned for. In due time he was sent to one of the leading scholastic establishments, and a great future predicted. Mickey turned- out to be the best footballer and the best runner in the school, but there his prowess ended. He had no brains for learning, and in the end he obtained a lowly situation in one of the State's activities, and remained in that position until he retired o...

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Extraordinary Election. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

Extraordinary Election. An extraordinary election to vacancy caused by the death to S. B. Mowle, will be held of day, April . Nomination Te Wednesday, arh 2ations close Successful Social. Last R.S.L.. War Service F euchre and dance showed a net PI of £13/17/9. Mr. Olney conducted euchre, Mr. Stanley onducted Mr. A. King in the ticket box, Mr. I. ,V. Gardiner was l.C. Monte Carlo was won byj1 Mr. J. ris and partner, and Mi.s M .I. r and Mr. Blake were the euchre ners, a consolation Prize going to ý Juel .Christie (No. 7. Donations Mr. L. McKenzie, £I: Anonymous

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Healesville Transport To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

Heakesvwe Transport To the Editor. Sir,-Reading C'br. Dawborn's letter in last issue of his mlnpressio6ns of mo tor transport fron} Frankston, one could not h'elp but regret that our councillors and timorous ratepayers had not travelled about more ere they "counted out" motor transport here some time 'ago. Hdalesville, too, had its opportunity of being served by "Greyhound" buses a&ind a frequent, punctual motor transport service. Ratepayers and residents 'of the Morn ington ,peninsula have suffeied no fi liancial loss or any prestige with the substitution of these buses for the rail service, while we lHere in Healesville are restricted to the most inconveni ent and antiquated railway time table ever devised, with the continual spec tre hauntifig us of worse to come with' the progressive ldecline in the coal situiatioil. It is to be hoped that when the peace is won Healesville well be ready with its petition to the powers that be for a speedy restoration of the con venient a...

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Presentation to Mrs. Andrews. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

Presentation to Mrs. Andrews. At a meetin,. of the Healesville c:n.n' Au.~Ulacy R.S.S.A.I.L.A., held on March 2. a presentation was made ic Mis. E. C. Andrews in recog nition of her vsluable and lengthy sor vice to the organisation as secretary and president for the last fifteen years. All members spoke highly of her wo! :. Mrs. Andrews thanked all for the nice gift, and said she always had the interests of the R.S.S.A.I.L.A. at heart. Victory Club. The euchre and dance, organised by the Healesville Victory Club to aid the local RIed Cross, proved success ful. Euchre tourneys were conduct ed by Mr. M. Olney and were won by Mrs. B. Heritage (ladies') and Mr. W. Potts and Sergeant Joe Ince, U.S.A. (equal gent's). Mrs. T. Miller and Mrs. Olney received the booby prizes. The Monte Carlo award went to a vin iting couple, Mr. M. Killinger and partner. A pair of dressed chickens raffled (luring the evening were oh tained by Mr. A. Hunt, ticket No. E72. Mr. I. WV. Gardincr M.C.'d proceeding...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

Nution- wide call-up There's en important war job waiting for every -scr" scrap of waste rag , you can find. Worn-out garments, old curtains and bed-linen, discarded cleaning cloths, old rugs and carpets, sewing left-overs ... they're all wanted. The Navy alone uses hundreds _~__ / of tons of waste rag a year for cleaning engines and equipment. The Army, especially the motorised divisions, needs vast quantities, too. R.A.A.F. Ground Staffs must have old rags for "wipers" to keep their 'planes in fighting trim. War industries require tons of waste rag to clean delicate ma chinery. As well, there are many urgent and essential uses for all old rags! Turn out the biggest bundle you possibly can. • : Ask your local SALUºE G'2-3 J HEA? QUA TE'RS or your LOCAL COUNCIL • to put you on their Collection List i Cr~s a frolUSPocflUWU 8a~a~ Com~bnflIOA. r ".Yy/yN·nrtu.u· .................·....... . Kestle & Newton 'Phene Healesville 22 East Erid Timber Yard T.and G. Flooring Materials GO...

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Salvation Army HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

Salvation Army HARVEST FSi' On Sunday and Monday, .?i . 27 and ,2. the Salvation Ar vest thanksgiving seriices ducted by Brigadier JW. Cs visional Commander. During the Sunday ser;ic? brigadier emphasised the gooi.c God in supplying all our needs. I, his thoughts on a verse of the. Psalm, "Thou prepart. table Me in the presence of mine e?.r On Monday the harvest festiv was opened in the afternoon byi, dier Dent. In the evening a * ful program was rendered by i tists, including Mrs. Gunner, M J. McKenzie, J. Farrell and J. din, who were admirably suppoet a company of Salvation Arnmy t, from Melbourne. Stall holders were:-Cal:e .M Potts. Produce, Mrs. Captl. 1, aild. Sweets, Mrs. A. \itti-. Vegetables, Misses L. Cowan Sullivan. Afternoon tea, lMrs. Kestle, assisted by a willing ba workers. Captain and Mrs. McDonald to thank all who in any way c buted to make the week-end me 5,) sUccossful.

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

SpularPars ShmAdam. ay s menlmhe of the o: - owli Club visited. here .to try conclus?i s vith our club. The weather was- in excellent for howl ing and the green in good order. ! After partaking of afternoon tea, 5 the Ringwood president (Mr. Tann) said how pleased they were to pay n visit, and remarked on the beautiful situation oi the green. Four rink., played 25 ends, and some interesting and enoyable bowling ensued. The visitors proved superior, results being:-Ringwood, 1 II; Healesvil!e, 69. Roger~, Wieland, Watson Evans (c.) d. Pollard, Pitt, Blackburn, Bar tholomew (c.), 26-15. Smith, Roberts, Archbold and Hunt (c.) d. Raff, Fair bank, Tozer and Errington (c.), 40-17. Cox, Flower, Walker and Knox (c.) d. Mrs. Murn, Adam, Rutzou and Murn (c)., 23-19. Hood, Hunter, Mor den and Clota (c.) d. Tann, Kitely, Pockett and Johnston (c.), 22-1S. The visitors stopped for tea, and again expressed their enjoyment of the afternoon, extending an invitation for us to visit them. They also tha...

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[?] Search of Water [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 March 1944

Search of Water 's epistle continues:- Frinda our party jomuney eto and pLt in the morning among a large number cday makers. It was a ttidth warm sun and cool but we missed the old thrill boat which used to come bs thousands of day trip th it fortunate in getting Ir aefter our fish dinner, pfirst to the back beach, the old ocean was seen ;n 1eur and.t exqtuisite beauty. Sfi .:t visit to this back oohen the little steam train I wouder how many re that mode of travel from *t back beaches. I was very Sten, and don't even remember lot doawn there, and who paid I cert tinly !-now who paid tho,-" A`fter leaving the back wte snotored to Rye, Rosebud ne alonF Point Nepean road eurn-off to Red Hills, and right .rthur's Seat. Great improva Art been made at this tourist , an attractive tower has been with seven flights of stairs, ing in all 7(; steps. This is a job, and the view obtained iihtful. pointers are built in, gharrow shows the distance to adntnarik in all directions. The attract my a...

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